Miami Beach gets a new asian flavor restaurant in town called Sriracha House. It’s not chinese and it’s not japanese. Sriracha House brings Southeast Asian urban street-food with a modern flair. Currently the restaurant is on the soft opening phase and planning to have their grand opening on May 2nd. Here is more information about Sriracha House :
According to Zagat :
“A new Southeast Asian street-food-style eatery is about to take over Washington Avenue, and our taste buds can’t wait. Sriracha House officially opens its doors in South Beach on Friday, May 2, offering free noodle and rice dishes to its Facebook fans from 11 AM-3 PM. The late-night (it’s open until 4 AM), fast-casual space is done up in funky colors, and features made-to-order, healthy dishes mixed with an array of global flavors (think: Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand). Guests will create-their-own plates by ordering at the open display kitchen. They’ll start off by choosing from a rice or noodle (such as jasmine rice or egg noodles), then begin piling on ingredients like bok choy, cashews and bamboo shoots.” written by Carissa Chesanek
According to Miami.com :
“Riding the wave of the hugely popular Thai-style hot sauce, Sriracha House promises urban Pan-Asian cuisine with flash-wokked dishes. Customers start by selecting a rice or noodle stir-fry base, then add various proteins, vegetables and sauces for a made-to-order fast-casual meal. To sweeten the deal, Sriracha House offers delivery, late-night dining (open until 4 a.m. daily) and a free smartphone app that customers can use to access special offers.” written by Evan S. Benn.
According to Eater :
“Apparently Sriracha House is currently in its soft-opening stages, with a ribbon cutting scheduled for May 1 and an official grand opening party on May 2. On their website, they call themselves the ultimate urban Pan Asian Food Experience and write that they use the freshest ingredients to create flavorful, balanced, modern cuisine inspired by the open-air street markets of Southeast Asia’s urban food scene.” written by Ana Heretoiu.
Latest 3 Reviews from Yelp :
Abraham A. (5 Stars, 4/21/2014)
Lots of great options to put in the wok. The food is a generous portion (please don’t change this!).
Ambiance is pretty good for a counter walk up spot. Not for a fancy dinner. But a great place for a meal under $10! I hope it stays with these prices.
I wish them the best! Already had a bunch of people from Mt Sinai hospital order lunch from here now. And everyone seemed to really be happy with the outcome.
Sharon W. (5 Stars, 4/11/2014)
Loved it! I’ve been here twice and both times really enjoyed my food. The variety of options is awesome (you pick your starch, your protein, any combo of veggies, sauces and toppers, the combinations are endless!) and food is cooked to order right in front of you. The amount of food is perfect, the prices are very reasonable and the people who work there are really nice.
The only thing they could do to upgrade the experience is to have some sort of fixin’s bar for take-away orders. The sauces are delicious but not very aggressive, so it would be nice to be able to enhance with some hot or soy sauce.
Pixie K. (5 Stars, 4/8/2014)
Friendly staff FOR SURE! Very welcoming and helpful. The menu pretty much allows you to do whatever you want with it. Choose a base, rice or noodle (many selections for all you gluten-free or paleo peeps) then a protein and finally add-ons like veggies, nuts, sauces and all that shit. Bubble tea was a plus! And some nights they’re open till 4am.
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Miami City Social looking forward to their grand opening details and menu tasting. Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.